Broomhill

Broomhill Set For Makeover

Ipswich-based Broomhill Lido is hoping for a lifeline after applying for planning permission for a multi-million-pound makeover. Broomhill opened in 1938 but has been closed since 2002. Recent reports show the £5.3m project would include the installation of heaters for the water and the restoration of diving boards. Architect Alan Wilkinson said the revamped Grade […]

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Historic Pools of Britain member Brockwell Lido in London experienced its busiest summer season on record in 2016.

Successful First Year For Historic Pools

Historic Pools of Britain celebrated its first full year in 2016, and what a year it was for the organisation that gives a voice to many of the country’s forgotten pools. Made up of 15 member pools, Historic Pools of Britain recognises the significant role that historic pools play in our communities and the contribution […]

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lido

Countdown To New Welsh Lido

While lidos around the country fight for vital funds to maintain their survival, Wales is counting down to the opening of a brand new lido. Lido Pontypridd, the National Lido of Wales, is the only outdoor water attraction and play area of its kind in Wales and will officially open later this month with a […]

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Saltdean Lido Secures Vital New Funding

Brighton’s run-down Saltdean Lido has been awarded a grant of £439,800 towards its renovations. The Saltdean Lido Community Interest Company (CIC) obtained the grant from the Social Investment Business (SIB) which manages funds on behalf of the Department of Communities and Local Government. The lido has been closed for several years and the Grade II […]

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